HOXSEY TONIC HERBS
Filed under: HOXSEY THERAPY HERBS!

If I had Cancer, I would definitely acquire all nine Herbs used in The Hoxsey Tonic!  Here’s a comprehensive list to make it easy for you to purchase them and begin your HEALING!

RED CLOVER BLOSSOMS (Trifolium Pratense) have been historically used as a cancer remedy both internally as a blood purifier and externally as a plaster.  Recent studies of this wonderful herb have discovered that it also contains three other compounds which have all been documented to produce anticancer effects.

BURDOCK ROOT (Arctium Lappa) is known for its strong immune-boosting properties and it contains chemicals that have shown anticancer activity in lab tests on cancer cells.  It has been used historically as a cancer remedy in Chile, China, India, Canada, Russia and the U.S.

POKE ROOT (Phytolacoa amricana) Root, leaves and berries have been historically used as anticancer remedies.  Indians used the powdered root for cancer and early settlers applied the berry juice to skin cancers.  In fact, poke has been so valuable historically for treating cancer that one of its common names was “cancer root”.

NOTE: Poke root can be poisonous, so do not self-medicate solely with poke.)

BARBERRY (Berberis Vularis) contains a wealth of anticancer, antitumor, antioxidant and mutation-preventing compounds, as well as cancer preventative properties.  Native Americans used barberry plants to cleanse the blood.

PRICKLY ASH BARK (Zanthoxylum americanum) contains some of the alkaloid compounds found in barberry, so anticancer properties are certainly present in the bark of this tree.

BUCKTHORN BARK (Rhamnus frangula) has long been a remedy for cleansing the blood, liver disorders, and constipation.  It contains aloe-emodin, a laxative compound that has shown activity in animal tests against several tumor systems including leukemia.

CASCARA SAGRADA BARK (Rhamnus pursbiana) contains twice the mount of the same aloe-emodins as buckthorn.  It has historically been used as a purgative, laxative tonic and liver medicine.

STILLINGIA (Stillingia sylvatica) is a medical plant known for its alterative influence on lymphatic and secretiary functions.  It has been a long-standing remedy for internal cancer.

LICORICE ROOT (Glycyrrbiza glabra) Has estrogen-like properties, enhances the functions of the immune system, and assists elimination.

POTASSIUM IODIDE is the only non-herbal ingredient in the tonic.  It has been used historically in folk medicine and as a veterinary medicine.  Over the years it has also exhibited anticancer properties.

As I mentioned in The Hoxsey Therapy-Part Two, you can acquire these herbs, organically grown by “clicking on the link below:

MOUNTAIN ROSE HERBS

Whatever they do not have, you will probably find at www.HerbsofMexico.com ( Tell them you found them on the Your Natural Cancer Cures website! )  🙂

REMEMBER!  Have Fun…EAT HERBS and GET WELL!

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